Dumbarton Golf Club is a low-lying parkland course with fine greens and well-maintained fairways and excellent clubhouse facilities.
It is an easy walking parkland course, with a number of natural hazards and provides a test to all golfing capabilities. Playability is made all the more enjoyable thanks to Dumbarton's relatively fast and neatly contoured greens, making the course playable throughout the year. The 356-yard seventh is a delightful hole aptly named the "Punchbowl" because of its fairly sunken green.
Parkland, 18 holes, 6,017 yards, SSS 69, Par 71